Mild Learning disability, working at Starbucks?
I really love Starbucks, have a great memory, quick learning at most stuff. wondering if most management would accommodate mild disabilities. I'd take longer to learn register as an example. Anyone have any experience?
- SimplytheFACTSLv 71 month ago
in the US, legally they are required to allow reasonable accommodations such as reasonable extra training time. but most employers violate the law and unless you are rich, you can't enforce it (EEOC is worthless).
you can try getting help from the state vocational rehab program, they may be able to arrange for extra training.
- RICHARDLv 62 months ago
I think mild learning disabilities are a requirement to work at the Starbucks near me.
- 2 months ago
In my local Starbucks their is somebody with Down syndrome working their they fit in just fine get the job done friendly and seems no issue so you should be fine
- 2 months ago
a register is not hard it takes time to learn
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- ArimatthewdaviesLv 73 months ago
I am a 58 year-old man and I can operate a cash register it doesn't take very much to learn how to operate a cash register and Starbucks has a simple itinerary
- Bone AloneLv 73 months ago
Work as the guy who makes the coffee.
- Pearl LLv 73 months ago
youre probably not the only one
- Anonymous3 months ago
A register is not hard to learn and if it takes too long, they cant have that. Might be easier to hire someone without a disability.